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Great two-handers??

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Great two-handers??#1
Posted: 4/7/08 at 12:35am
I need a two-hander, max. 50 mins long and 1m 1f
Thoughts??
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#2
Posted: 4/7/08 at 12:38am
Updated On: 5/7/09 at 12:38 AM
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re: Great two-handers??#2
Posted: 4/7/08 at 2:17am
note to self: get mind out of gutter
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#3
Posted: 4/7/08 at 2:32am
Updated On: 5/7/09 at 02:32 AM
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re: Great two-handers??#4
Posted: 4/7/08 at 6:53am
It's hard, but I'm not going to stroke the double entendre here.
It wouls probably climax in deletion anyway.
....but the world goes 'round
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re: Great two-handers??#5
Posted: 4/7/08 at 6:54am
English please?
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re: Great two-handers??#6
Posted: 4/7/08 at 7:13am
The first three that came to mind were:
The House of Sleeping Beauties (David Henry Hwang)
The Lover (Harold Pinter)
The Loveliest Afternoon of the Year (John Guare)

Israel Horovitz has several short two-character plays in his collection 16 Short Plays (published by Smith & Kraus as part of their "Plays for Actors" series).

The PlayFinder over at Dramatists Play Service gives 155 possibilities for your query (1 man, 1 woman, short play). Try it at www.dramatists.com.